by Jake Groch
EDM, Funky, Happy, Heavy
Tags: 12th Planet, Ahead Of Us, ak9, Alina Baraz, Alone, Alpine, Avalon, Avionics, Barely Alive, Big Adventure, Blackstreet, Bone N Skin, Bunduru, Castle Walls, Change, Chasing Ghosts, Cherokee, Chet Faker, Christina Aguilera, Civilian, Cleindl, Colin McLoughlin, Collide, Crywolf, Curious Kontrol, Daguerrotype, Darianna, Deathcab For Cutie, Detective Orange, Diamond Eyes, Directive, Dirtcaps, Disintegration, DJ Swoon, Don't Matter, Drop The Game, EH!DE, Electric Joy Ride, Ethereal Material, Faint, Falling Down, Figure, FiLiBuStA, First Love, FKJ, Flinch, Flume, Funk4Mation, Funky Town, Gaia, Galantis, Galimatias, Good Times, Habstrakt, Heatwave EP, How Many DJ's, Ianborg, Jake Niemi, Jesus Christ, Kaster, KATFYR, Klaypex, Le Castle Vania, Lena Wolf, Lights, Linkin Park, Liquid Stranger, Listen, Lush & Simon, Mad Decent, Maduk, Maniaks, Mayhem, Memtrix, Ming, Mirage, Momestra, Monster Mania, Mr Carmack, Mr. Bill, Nanobii, Never Bitter, Never Sweet, New Game, Nitro Fun, No Diggity, Nostalgibra, Original, OVERWERK, PASSiO, pennybirdrabbit, Power-Up, Pretty Thoughts, Radio Edit, Rainbow Road, Reaktion, Records, Remix, Revolution, Rihanna, RL Grime, Romby, Rudebrat, RUN DMT, SectionZ, Skrux, SLDGHMR, Snazzy, Spag Heddy, Spinnin' Records, Spock, Stay, Stay The Night, Subterra, Tell Me, The Eden Project, The Enabler & The Enabled, The Hair Kid, The Nile, The Partysquad, Three Bar, Throw Up, To The Stars, Tom Swoon, Transatlanticism, Vaski, VIP, Virtual Riot, Want You Back, We Could Be Heaven, What So Not, Whoops, Wild Wild West, Wye Oak, You, Zedd
Below we have included a cornucopia of next-level EDM tunes (categorized by genre) that we simply did not have the time to post over the last month or so. Time is a precious thing, as you all know. Unfortunately, we seem to have less of it as each day progresses onto the next. It sucks really.
Which brings me to my next point, anyone looking for a job???
Email us. We sure as hell could use the help around here.
Oh, and no fat chicks. ——————————————————————————————————————————————————- Dubstep/Drumstep: Trap: Future Shit: House and House Derivatives: Glitch Hop: Drum and Bass:
by Jake Groch
EDM, Happy, Heavy
Tags: Complextro, Dance, Download, Dubstep, EDM Blogs, electro, electronic, Facebook, Festival, Free, happy, Hayley Williams, Heavy, house, Interscope, Jake Groch, music, Paramore, Pop, Rager Onions, Soundcloud, Stay The Night, TBMA, The Bolivian Marching Affair, Zedd
Yes, yes, we all know how good the original was. However, a jam like “Stay The Night” by Zedd and Hayley Williams of Paramore will only solidify a spot for itself amongst other epic, pop EDM anthems by continuing to spawn fantastic remixes by other artists interested in providing their own stylistic take on the hyper-malleable, universally adored original. We do not fear this will be a problem at all for this song.
Take this next example from The Bolivian Marching Affair or TBMA as they liked to be referred to as. Hailing from both Boston and The District of Columbia, Joey Fisher, Kyle Meagher, and Chris Curran of TBMA have killed it on their complextro dubstep remix to “Stay The Night.” Utilizing the original, incredibly powerful and reverberative vocals by Hayley Williams (but with a modulated twist), the boys have applied their own brand of uptempo, sample heavy beats to synthesize a great remix.
SoundCloud —> https://soundcloud.com/tbmamusic
Facebook —> https://www.facebook.com/TBMAMUSIC
Earlier this year, Tiesto impressed many of his loyal fans with his remix of Zedd’s popular radio track, “Clarity”. Once the legendary Dutchman got a taste of Zedd’s own dressing, it’s no surprise that Tiesto would rework another one of Anton Zaslavski’s legendary tracks.
“Stay The Night” exists as an incredible track all by itself. However, with the addition of Tiesto’s heavy hitting synths and inspiring builds working along side Hayley William’s majestic vocals, the track takes on a completely different persona. Not many artists have a universally expansive audience like Tiesto and Zedd; so expect to hear this colossal remix cleverly mixed into your upcoming fall shows.
Speaking of Fall shows…
While most impactful tracks are recognized in the first play, I suggest you press repeat on this one.
Trust me, it’s just that much sweeter the second time around.